KRON's Marty Gonzalez interviews "Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall" executive producer Amelia Davis and director Alfred George Baily about the legendary photographer and the documenatry film about his life, which was an official selection of the SFFilm Festival.

KPIX's Molly McCrea and Ken Bastida report on Amelia Davis's interview about Jim Marshall, the legendary photography and photojournalist— and his notoriety, which are explored in the documentary "Show Me the PIcture: The Story of Jim Marshall," an official selection of the SFFilm Festival.

 WICN's Inquiry, hosted by Mark Lynch, features Amelia Davis, Jim Marshall's assistant for 13 years and owner of Jim Marshall Photography LLC, in an engaging interview about Jim and the acclaimed new photo journal of his work, Jazz Festival. Stunning images in black and white capture the jazz scenes at the '60s Newport and Monterey jazz festivals. Jim Marshall photographed all the jazz greats, including Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Wes Mongomery, Ben Webster, Nina Simone, Theolonious Monk and John Coltrane.

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Mark your calendar for Sunday, October 30. In Tales from the Golden Road on the Grateful Dead Channel of SiriusXM, Amelia Davis (award-winning photographer and owner of Jim Marshall Photography LLC), David Gans (musician, music journalist, and friend of Jim Marshall), and Gary Lambert (musician and editor/writer of the Grateful Dead's official newsletter) talk about Jim, jazz, jamming, and "Jazz Festival," Jim's new, acclaimed photojournal of '60s jazz greats.

Podcast of Jared Polin of FroKnowsPhoto and Amelia Davis on Photographer Jim Marshall, his life's work and new book THE HAIGHT.

Jim Marshall with the Beatles

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Jim Marshall with the Beatles

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ANTPOP: Amelia Davis will share moments in history through the work of famed photographer Jim Marshall